Last Chance to Help Fund Horror Short RATS

Written by Martin Unsworth Thursday, 10 September 2015

Movie News

Time is running out to help fund a fabulous new horror short film, Rats.

Director Mark Logan’s Indiegogo campaigns draws to a close on Monday, September 14th and is 60% funded, so every little helps. The film takes place in a stunning castle and already has three famous horror stars set to appear. Nicholas Vince, well-known as Hellraiser’s Chatterer Cenobite and a successful author will play Bill, a professor who classes himself as the ‘Indiana Jones of the Antiquarian Book World’, STARBURST favourite Laurence R. Harvey (The Human Centipede 2 and 3, The Editor) is Charlie, the guard of the castle and Jessica Messenger (One Hour to Die), who plays Jess, the undergraduate having an illicit affair with Bill.

The official synopsis:

Bill is a middle-aged lecturer and antiquarian book specialist who arrives at Montague Castle to catalogue the library's more interesting volumes. But Bill has other things on his mind for his time away from his young family. He intends to spend a night of passion with Jess, one of his undergraduates.

What better way to impress a girl than to have a night alone with the run of a castle?

Only they aren't quite alone. There are scratching noises from the room next door, and the sense that someone, or something, is watching. By the end of this night, Bill will learn that all actions have consequences, especially within these ancient walls.

Terrible, terrifying consequences...

RATS.

"Not all castles were built to keep things out!"

The short will be in the same vein as the stories in the classic Amicus films, and looks to be something really special.

Head over to the Indiegogo page and get some great perks too!

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